On Saturday, 15 children competed in 20 events with great success at Roscommon Gala.
Nine swimmers achieved A times and 6 swimmers achieved their B times as the club collected three gold medals, two silver medals and one bronze medal.
Aife Hayden, competing in her first gala, won a C Graded gold in the 11 & under, 50 m Butterfly.
In the Boys 11 & under 50m Butterfly, Oliver Kearney swam a new PB of 40.47 to achieve his A time.
Kaelan Hanifa won B Graded bronze and Brogan Fee achieved his B Time.
In the Girls 13 & under 100m Butterfly Laoise Fee swam 1:29.38 to achieve her first of two A times.
In the boys 100 m Butterfly Nino Chilton competing in his first gala swam a fantastic 1:30.98 gaining him an A Time.
Kieran Breheny and Eoin Smith both achieved new PBs and achieved their A Times in the 14 and over 100m Butterfly.
In the 200 m Freestyle, Wiktoria Weinert and Laoise Fee achieved their A Times. Aoife Lowe and Elsie Harman achieved B Times.
Eoin Smith won B Graded gold in the 14 & over 200m Freestyle.
Lauryn McKeon swam 1:32:59 to gain her an A time in the 11 & under 100 meter Backstroke.
Eisie Harman swam 1:39:59 to achieve her B Time.
Kaelan Hanifa won his second medal of the evening C Graded gold and Eanna Nolan won silver in the 100 meter Backstroke, 11 & under.
Oisin Kearney, swimming in the 12-13, 100 mmBackstroke achieved his A Time and a new PB of 1:21:97 .
Well done to all the children who took part in this gala.
Congratulations to Wiktoria Weinert , Laoise Fee and Oisin Kearney who have been selected to be part of the Connacht Pathway Squad which will train regularly at Swim Ireland Performance Centre at NUI Galway.
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